Rose and Chocolate Factory -Shiroikoibito Park in Sapporo-
July 23rd, 2016
Shiroikoibito Park (白い恋人パーク) is an amusement park in Nishi ward, Sapporo city and is a head cookie factory that Ishiya Confectionery (石屋製菓) is famous for white lover cookies (白い恋人). Buildings are European-style and are popular as looking like Charlie and Chocolate Factory, so a lot of visitors come. There are Antoruboh Building (あんとるぼー館), Chocolate Factory (チョコレートファクトリー), Tudor House (チューダーハウス), Rose Garden, House of Candy (おかしの家) and Miyanosawa Shiroikoibito Football Field at a site. The Tudor House, the Rose Garden and the Miyanosawa Shiroikoibito Football Field (白い恋人サッカー練習場) are free of charge. Visitors can experience a paid factory tour. A parking lot is free of charge.
The Rose Garden is an England-style rose garden covered with red bricks. 200 kinds of roses are planted and the visitors can enjoy those from June to October. In addition, Mechanical Dolls and Chocolate Carnival (チョコレートカーニバル) can be enojoyed, too. A soft serve ice cream using chocolate cream of white lover cookie is sold at a stall, so the visitors can enjoy rich chocolate.
A small steam locomotive modeled after the steam locomotive Benkei-go (弁慶号) runs around the House of Candy, and the visitors can get on the paid small train.
At the Tudor House, souvenirs are sold, and a cady is given demonstration sales, and old-style children's toy box, old gramophones, the truth of the mouth and sea angels are exhibited.
Only professional football team "Consadole Sapporo" in Hokkaido practice at the Miyanosawa Shiroikoibito Football Field. The visitors can see practicing football players and enjoy drinks and meals at the restraunt "Owls".
Shiroikoibito Chocolate Cookie is found on Amazon.
Atmosphere of Shiroikoibito Park Can Be Watched on Youtube
|Admission fee||Free of charge|
|Parking lot||Parking is provided (180 Cars)|
|Regular closing day||Open all year round|
|Home page||Home page is here|
|Mapcode||9 602 328*46|
Refer to following websites for the accommodations in Sapporo.
A page of Sapporo is here